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Student-Loan Reimbursement as Quant Job Benefit

Hi all,
I have heard before that it is sometimes the case that a firm may offer partial student loan payment as an added benefit for candidates coming out of FE programs. I am wondering if anyone on here has also heard of firms doing this and if anyone has seen offers that include this benefit. Let me know if anyone has information on this. Thank you!
 
lmao... why do you even care about this? you simply pick the company that offers you the job and pay you the most (considering all benefits)
say gs pays you 200k without any student loan repayment program; while discovery financial pays you 130k with an additional 20k student loan repayment program... which one do you choose?
 
lmao... why do you even care about this? you simply pick the company that offers you the job and pay you the most (considering all benefits)
say gs pays you 200k without any student loan repayment program; while discovery financial pays you 130k with an additional 20k student loan repayment program... which one do you choose?
I’m pretty sure most people on here have that level of common sense. It was a question of curiosity as to whether it exists or not. It’s not necessarily a determining factor, I just wanted to know if anyone knew if firms did this or not.
 
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